The 1937 Indian Four has support despite the controversy surrounding it and its upside-down 4-cylinder design.
American inline fours were some of the first classics to become collectible, the 1926 Ace Four is no exception.
In 1961, there was nothing on the market quite like the big 648-pound Harley-Davidson FLH.
This 1923 Indian Scout was one of America’s first sport bikes.
The 1958 Harley-Davidson XLCH Sportster was born of competition stock.
A wheelie on a Mustang motorcycle?
In twenty-five years, Greeves produced around 25,000-30,000 machines - a number considered relatively modest when compared with some of their contemporaries, such as Triumph. However, Greeves was not …
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The sound of a Manx engine could raise goose bumps the size of oranges. Motorcycle courtesy of the Barber Vintage Motorsports Museum. #39 in the series.
In 1961 a production 500cc Velocette Venom Clubman Veeline achieved a world record, 24 hours at a speed of 100.05mph. It was the first motorbike of any size to perform the feat, and to this date no ot…
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